Unifeeder bids Russia farewell: "It was a big market for us"

Russia has been central to Unifeeder, which has now halted new business in the country. On the other hand, the company is expanding far from headquarters in Aarhus, Denmark.

Danish carrier Unifeeder sails on routes all over the world where it makes no sense using the largest container vessels. | Photo: PR-FOTO

Danish carrier Unifeeder bids Russia farewell and will soon stop sailing to Russian ports in the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea.

”It was a big market for us and had been so for many years. We have had 10-15 ships in operation at ports in the Baltic Sea and a bit fewer in the Black Sea. So it has been a major area for us,” says CEO Jesper Kristensen.

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